Question : prstat vs top command

I no longer have the use of TOP.  With TOP, I could see the 'total' memory being used at a glance:
[CPU states: 78.1% idle, 12.4% user,  9.5% kernel,  0.0% iowait,  0.0% swap
Memory: 32G real, 1245M free, 45G swap in use, 16G swap free

How can I view this with PRSTAT... I know it shows p/process, but I want to see a TOTAL memory usage on the server.
We are running solaris-10

Answer : prstat vs top command

use prstat -a for memory and cpu usage.
for Total memory use prtconf -v | grep Mem
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